Rabbi Steven Foster Early Learning Center At Templ

Temple Emanuel established the Temple Emanuel Preschool in 1971 to serve the community.
Throughout the years, it has continued to be a leader in preschool education in the Denver metropolitan area.
A committee comprised of parents of preschool children supports the full-time professional staff, helps establish policy and plans programs for the school.
Jewish tradition places a high value on education. The spirit of this heritage rests at the heart of Temple Emanuel Preschool's philosophy.
Temple Emanuel Preschool exposes our children to the wonder of discovery and learning new things.
Ultimately the children will become their own teachers, seekers of knowledge and understanding on their own terms.
Our children will develop an essential sense of their own self-worth.
Through independence and curiosity our children will attain their own worthiness.
These concepts are developed by feeling valued, having a positive sense of Jewish identity, encouraging positive social awareness and interaction, encouraging creativity, and offering opportunities to develop gross motor, visual and auditory skills.
At the center of this intimate setting is a dedicated professional staff.
Teachers are well trained. Curriculums are carefully planned. Each staff member knows that the primary objective is to make the children feel that going to school is a natural and exciting experience and that there is nothing quite so wonderful as discovering something new.

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Rabbi Steven Foster Early Learning Center At Templ ranks among the top 20% of private schools in Colorado for:

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Attribute

School Overview

Religious Affiliation
Grades Offered
Grades Prekindergarten-Kindergarten
Summer School Offered
Yes

Student Body

Total Students
689 students
Student Body Type
Co-ed
Students by Grade
Rabbi Steven Foster Early Learning Center At Templ Student By Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers
12 teachers

Tuition and Acceptance Rate

Admission Deadline
None / Rolling

School Notes

  • Temple Emanuel established the Temple Emanuel Preschool in 1971 to serve the community. Throughout the years, it has continued to be a leader in preschool education in the Denver metropolitan area. The preschool has received a three star qualistar rating and is part of the Denver Preschool Program. A committee comprised of parents of preschool children, helps establish policy and plans programs for the school. Jewish tradition places a high value on education. The spirit of this heritage rests at the heart of Temple Emanuel Preschool's philosophy. Temple Emanuel Preschool exposes our children to the wonder of discovery and learning new things. Ultimately the children will become their own teachers, seekers of knowledge and understanding on their own terms. Our children will develop an essential sense of their own self-worth. Through independence and curiosity our children will attain their own worthiness. These concepts are developed by feeling valued, having a positive sense of Jewish identity, encouraging positive social awareness and interaction, encouraging creativity, and offering opportunities to develop gross motor, visual and auditory skills. At the center of this intimate setting is a dedicated professional staff. Teachers are well trained. Our emergent curriculum is carefully planned. Each staff member knows that the primary objective is to make the children feel that going to school is a natural and exciting experience and that there is nothing quite so wonderful as discovering something new.
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

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Rabbi Steven Foster Early Learning Center At Templ ranks among the top 20% of private schools in Colorado for: Largest student body.
When is the application deadline for Rabbi Steven Foster Early Learning Center At Templ?
The application deadline for Rabbi Steven Foster Early Learning Center At Templ is rolling (applications are reviewed as they are received year-round).
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Rabbi Steven Foster Early Learning Center At Templ is located in the East neighborhood of Denver, CO. There are 17 other private schools located in East.

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